Vietnam's economic growth momentum remains robust and is accompanied by broad macroeconomic stability. According to Taking Stock, the World Bank’s latest economic update for Vietnam.
Vietnam pledges coordination with and hopes to receive further support from the World Bank (WB) and other partners to improve food hygiene and safety, said Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam at an online conference held in Hanoi on April 18.
Authorities of the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho and a World Bank delegation discussed a framework programme on improving local water supply services during a working session on April 10.
Cầu trong nước, các ngành dịch vụ, chế tạo và chế biến đạt kết quả tốt tạo động lực tăng trưởng GDP, dự kiến đạt 6,7% trong năm 2017.
Theo kết quả Doing Business 2018 vừa được Ngân hàng Thế giới (World Bank – WB) công bố, đánh giá các chỉ số năng lực cạnh tranh năm 2017 của 190 nền kinh tế trên thế giới, Việt Nam đã có những bước cải thiện thứ bậc đáng kể, đặc biệt là chỉ số tiếp cận điện năng.
PSNews-The World Bank and the Electricity of Vietnam (EVN) launched a campaign on September 20 to promote the deployment of renewable energy in the country, with the installation of five solar measurement stations across the country.
Vietnam’s logistics services - freight forwarding, transportation, and inventory services - began to develop in the 1990s. Logistics has now become an important economic sector in Vietnam. In the next decade Vietnam could reach an export-import turnover of US$200 billion per year.
Amidst strengthening recovery in the global economy since late 2016, Vietnam’s gross domestic product (GDP) expanded by 5.7 percent during the first half 2017, while inflation has so far moderated and core inflation remains low, at less than 2 percent.
Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue had a working session with the World Bank (WB)’s Country Director in Vietnam Ousmane Dione, in Hanoi on June 26 to discuss trade facilitation, logistics development and on-stop-shop model.
A delegation of World Bank experts had a working session with Binh Dinh authorities on February 14 seeking to address consequences of natural disasters in central provinces.
The goal is to cut half the time needed for business registration and simplify customs procedures this year.
The 10th Forum for Asian Insolvency Reform (FAIR 10), themed “Restoring stability”, took place in Hanoi on November 21.
In recent years, Bac Ninh has increased safe and sanitary water supplies for rural people funded by the National Target Program for Rural Clean Water and Sanitation, World Bank loans, and social resources.
Vietnam needs a financial protection strategy to better protect its population and budget against the cost imposed by natural disasters.
According to the World Bank Group’s annual ease of doing business report, Vietnam ranked 82 out of 190 economies.
Experts from ministries and the World Bank discussed the contents of a project on building a database serving climate change adaptation in the Mekong Delta region at a workshop in Hanoi on October 5.